The Bush Dyslexicon Mark Crispin Miller

ISBN: 9780553814224

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The Bush Dyslexicon  by  Mark Crispin Miller

The Bush Dyslexicon by Mark Crispin Miller
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They misunderestimated me...He tends to blurt out all or part of what hes really thinking, even as hes trying to lie about it...George W Bush is so illiterate as to turn completely incoherent when he speaks without a script.He seems like too easyMoreThey misunderestimated me...He tends to blurt out all or part of what hes really thinking, even as hes trying to lie about it...George W Bush is so illiterate as to turn completely incoherent when he speaks without a script.He seems like too easy a target, but Dubya speaks for himself.

Whether hes envisioning a foreign-handed foreign policy, explaining the American militarys role - to fight and be able to win war, and therefore prevent war from happening in the first place - or telling his nation that more and more of our imports come from overseas, George W Bushs appointment to the highest office in the world should strike fear into all our hearts.THE BUSH DYSLEXICON not only places the President in the context of other notorious dunces-in-chief, but shows him to be indisputably in a league of his own.

Packed with incisive essays, famous interviews and classic comments, this book is much more than an amusing collection of Bushs gaffes - it is also a biting polemic on a culture so dependent on the emptiness of television that it has allowed a man who was unable to name the leaders of Pakistan,Chechnya or India to become US President.To quote Bush himself, Its not the way America is all about.



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